I thought this deserved its own thread. With as many caffeine addicts in the world, a fair number of us HAS to fall into that category. However, I have to say that I drink coffee not just for the kick, but I actually enjoy it. Oddly enough, most of the guys at work (age late 20s-30s) drink energy drinks a la Red Bull and Monster.
My Food & Drink app that came pre-installed on my Windows 8.1 PC keeps crashing to the start screen immediately after opening. Other Bing-based apps work fine. I've taken several steps to try to fix this, but to no avail.
Microsoft is adding a bunch of new things to Windows 8.1, as the first part of its “rapid release” plan for its desktop OS. One aspect of the update is the new Food and Drink app for Windows 8, which is all about those two things, as you might’ve guessed.
HushHush has launched as a new “design-oriented” daily deals site in the UK, promising big discounts on fashion, interiors, gardening, and food and drink, from well-known brands such as the likes of Calvin Klein, Dolce and Gabbana, and French Connection.
So I was on the computer and I had my phone near the monitor where I always keep it for easy reach. Now I knocked my drink over (Rockstar energy drink 500ml) and it spilled right near the monitor and a bit on my phone.
I have encountered a problem in my Android application. The problem is that when I try to retrieve data from my database, I get code that I cannot read. I am an amateur programmer and don't know too much about Android programming.
My name is Elias Viglione. I am an independent game developer with the full development skill-set, just missing skills on music composing! I develop games for Android/iOS/PC platforms with a big heart and passion. I'm mainly a professional Game Artist with the strong edge in Pixel Art, but i also LOVE programming games.
I'm hoping someone would be able to help me with my if statement nested in the while loop.
The loop is while loop is supposed to run every time the user enters yes (y) at the first if statement. Each time the loop runs, it'll store a brand new order in orders[i].